Mark Lucke, right, and his son, Tristan, have lived at the radio station since 2008. Mark says he hasn’t been paid since April 2018. At KHIL, a homegrown radio station in Willcox, transmitters in “the dungeon” push out signals to a 5,000-watt radio tower. Famous Willcox cowboy and singer Rex Allen founded KHIL in 1958. Today, big media companies are snapping up all the rural frequencies they can. Willcox’s daily soundtrack is provided by KHIL’s Mark Lucke. But the property is in foreclosure and bills are due. At the top of every hour: “This is Tanya Tucker, and you’re listening to the station I always listened to when I was a kid.” Willcox rancher Dennis Williams says KHIL’s intensely local focus is a big part of the agricultural community’s identity. Dale Allen of Sunsites says he falls asleep with the radio on. KHIL reminds him “of the good old days” growing up in Iowa. Mark Lucke, right, and his son, Tristan, have lived at the radio station since 2008. Mark says he hasn’t been paid since April 2018. Willcox’s daily soundtrack is provided by KHIL’s Mark Lucke. But the property is in foreclosure and bills are due. When I arrive at the radio station, Mark Lucke is standing in th...